Under mixed hardwood forests, mostly oak and beech.
Very small on thin twigs, non-hygrophanous and non-viscid, lightly fibrous non-pigmented surface. Probably C. cessati, but need to check the spores.
Adding some micro-details.
The micro-shot is of a gill face at 1000x in KOH. Here the spores are tan, ellipsoid, and spiny, with no germ pore.
With the white, fuzzy, non-viscid cap, and non-hygrophanous, this is enough to make this id as C. cesatii. (Which wasn’t much of a surprise.)
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